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Biography


John Midturi completed his medical training at the University of North Texas Health Science Center/Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fort Worth. He then pursued combined training in Internal Medicine-Pediatrics, followed ... by an Adult Infectious Disease fellowship, all at Scott & White Healthcare. He obtained a Master’s in Public Health degree during his fellowship through Texas A&M University.  His interest in international healthcare and HIV led to work through Baylor College of Medicine (Baylor International Pediatrics AIDS Initiative) in Malawi, Africa, 2006-2008. He returned to Baylor Scott & White Health in 2008, and since 2013, he has served as the Director of Infectious Disease Division. He has conducted research in HIV, influenza, Clostridium difficile colitis, COVID-19, and antifungal agents. He is interested in preventative aspects of infectious disease and population health. He enjoys teaching, time with his family, and travel. He considers, Temple “home” at this point since he has been here since 1999 (except for time in Malawi) and is becoming a huge (TISD) Temple High Wildcat fan! 

Dr. Midturi's areas of expertise include Travel Medicine and the treatment of  HIV and tuberculosis.

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Language(s) Spoken
English
Education
Medical School: DO, University of North Texas Health Science Center (1999)
Residency: Internal Medicine, Texas A&M College of Medicine (2003)
Fellowship: Infectious Disease, Texas A and M College of Medicine/Scott and White (2005)
Certifications
Internal Medicine- American Board of Internal Med Infectious Disease- American Board of Internal Med/Infectious Disease Infectious Disease- American Board of Internal Medicine
Hospital Affiliations
Baylor Scott & White Continuing Care Hospital - Temple
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Hillcrest
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Temple

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